Google Analytics Blog

You are high profile

Tracking multiple subdomains? Want to track different parts of your site separately? Need to track more than four goals for a website? All of this is easier now, because we’ve increased the default number of profiles from 5 to 10. And if you’re not sure what to do with your new wealth of profiles, here are some ideas.

You will have to click over the the great ideas but I wanted to spot light this blog becasue of how unique it is.A great way to learn more about your website from how Google sees your site.

Official Google Blog

Saved locations on Google Maps

One of the most common requests we’ve received is for the ability to store a list of personal addresses on Google Maps — and now you can. To get started, click on the “Saved Locations” link in the upper right corner of the site and sign in to your Google Account. If you’re already signed in, this link will take you to your saved locations list — Google Maps will automatically save every location you search for. You can also go to the Saved Locations list to disable auto-saving of locations or to add, modify, or delete previously-saved locations.

An interesting post a must read further if your into Google maps another great way to use Google maps is something I saw on Google video a while back check out this clip here

Accessible Search by Google

Accessible Search is a new thing in Google labs that puts websites that are standards friendly to the top of the results. This is very interesting because it seems Google is getting into other Page Rank and that I heard they are also working on a Trust Rank and I wonder if the toolbar will start to reflect other ways Google ranks the site. Having a disabled family member it makes me happy that Google has made a way for her to search for websites that are more friendly to her disablity. Congratulations to Google Team and I hope this makes it out of the Labs real soon. Also if you want to do a side by side search comparing the two seaches click here